Find information on the terminals of Paris-Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport (Roissy-CDG), discover them in beautiful photos, consult or download them cried of each terminal and prepare your shifting in peace.

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Terminal 1 is the airport's first terminal: its construction took place between 1967 and 1974. Its bold circular architecture is recognizable among all. It welcomes today the vast majority of people traveling with Star Alliance companies.

Visit detailed plan of Terminal 1 at Paris-CDG airport.

For more information, do not hesitate to visit the page dedicated to Terminal 1 of the website CDG Easy.

COVID-19: Terminal 1 closed until further notice. More information

Terminal 2 hosts the TGV station and Ouigo, located at level 1. We also access the RER station "Charles de Gaulle 2 Airport"

Consult the detailed maps of Terminal 2ABCD at Paris-CDG airport:

Do not hesitate to go to the page dedicated to Terminal 2 of the website CDG Easy

The layout of pedestrian galleries between terminals 2E and 2F considerably reduce and simplify connections to Paris-Charles de Gaulle.


Consult the detailed maps of Terminal 2EF at Paris-CDG airport:

Do not hesitate to go to the pages dedicated to terminals 2E et F from the CDG Facile website.

The 2G terminal is reserved exclusively for Air France and its subsidiary companies.
Visit detailed plan of Terminal 2G at Paris-CDG airport.

Do not hesitate to consult the page dedicated to this terminal on the website CDG Easy

COVID-19: Terminal 2G is closed until further notice. More information

Terminal 3 is also called Roissypôle because it receives buses going to the village of Roissy and to Paris.

It hosts the station RER "Charles de Gaulle Airport 1"

Consult the detailed plan of Terminal 3 at Paris-CDG airport.

For more information on this terminal, do not hesitate to visit the website of CDG Easy.

COVID-19: Terminal 3 is closed until further notice. More information